The whole world is beautiful, but if there’s one city which adds more beauty to it, then it’s Milan. The city is in northern Italy, capital of Lombardy (region), and has a population of more than 1,370,000 people.

With so many beautiful places and views, this city gets visited by backpackers from all around the world. Furthermore, the city has one of the best luxury hotels in the world.

The magnificent Milan is famous for its shopping spots, food, and football (A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale).

In addition, this city is very famous for its fashion industry too.

If you’re a backpacker with a desire to explore Milan, then you should definitely come here. But, there’s one problem… This city is very expensive!

Cheer up! The good news for you is that this city has some of the best hostels in the world. They will give you the opportunity to save your money, so you could enjoy your trip and make it memorable.

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Below we have come up with a list of 7 best hostels in Milan, and they’ll provide all the comforts you’re looking for.

So, allow us to reveal them.

Ostello Bello Hostel Milan

HostelWorld (*9.6) Booking.com (*9.3) Map Starts at ($59) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

The Ostello Bello Hostel is an award-winning hostel, located solitary 490 to 510 meters from milestone Duomo Square, remarkably integral to Milan’s lively downtown, strolling separation to all its authentic focal points, the city’s nightlife and world-renowned shopping neighborhood.

The rooms are open, and the lodging offers both private and apartments with en suite washrooms. This lodging is about the charming little touches. In the apartments, there is a little whiteboard, where the staff record which visitors are remaining in the room that night.

Plus, the bathrooms of this unique hostel are extremely open, and there is plentiful space for the majority of your shower things. There are snares for draping things just as racks in the shower for shower things. The Bathmats and hand towels are a pleasant touch and keep the huge pools of water on the floor that you frequently observe at different lodgings.

The facilities/services offered by this hostel are its main highlights. It offers free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free city maps, free city tour, linen, towels, free internet access, air-conditioned rooms, BBQ, adaptors, common room, bicycle parking, book exchange, cable tv, elevator, fridge, hair dryers (For hire too), hot showers, iron, meeting rooms, reading light, self-catering facilities, wheelchair friendly, jobs board, microwave, safe deposit box, utensils, washing machine, security lockers, outdoor terrace, key card access.

In addition, you get 24-hour reception, 24-hour security, fax service, laundry facilities, travel desk, luggage storage, housekeeping, postal service, bar, cafe, meals for available, tea and coffee making facilities, restaurant, board games, DVD’s, foosball, games room, and PlayStation.

The hostel has an efficient, multilingual and friendly staff, and it’s unique in its own way.

Madama Hostel & Bistrot Milan

HostelWorld (*8.9) Booking.com (*8.7) Map Starts at ($30) for 6 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

The Madama hostel and Bistrot is another great place to stay in Milan. The location of this hostel is good as it is located in Ripamonti Corvetto, this hostel is within 2-3 miles (3-4 km) of Terme Milano, University of Milan and Bocconi University. Cathedral of Milan and Palazzo Reale are also within 3-4 miles (5-6 km). Moreover, Lodi TIBB Station is only at a short walking distance of 4 to 5-minute walk and Milan Porta Romana Station is 7 to 9 minutes.

The majority of the furnishings in this Milan lodging is produced using reused materials, and the dividers are decked out with mind-blowing fine art. The delightful condition and flavorful sustenance from the bistro draw in a nearby group so it’s an ideal gathering point for voyagers and Milanese individuals alike.

The superb hostel has shared rooms accessible that rest either four or six individuals. Both blended and female only rooms are accessible. Each room has A/C and a private washroom, just as little lockers. On the off chance that you’re searching for more security, private rooms are accessible also.

The hostel offers a free delicious breakfast and supper. You’ll notice that the hostel is clean all the time, and the beds are of great quality and very comfortable.

The facilities/services provided by this hostel are so many, and they are: Free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free city maps, free internet access, linen, adaptors, book exchange, hot showers, meeting rooms, security lockers, wheelchair friendly, self-catering facilities, microwave, iron, common room, air-conditioning, bicycle parking, hair dryers, key card access, reading light, washing machine, 24-hour reception, 24-hour security, airport transfers, laundry facilities, towels for hire, luggage storage, housekeeping, bar, cafe, meals are available, restaurant, tea and coffee making facilities, board games, foosball, games room, and pool table.

In addition, you’ll get a free walking tour, free activities every week (Live concert, vintage market, karaoke, and exhibitions). There’s a Non-smoking environment in all rooms and common areas. Plus, the staff is excellent and they speak in Italian (of course), English, Spanish, French, and German.

The check-in time starts at 2 PM and ends at midnight. The minimum age of check-in is 18 and check-out time is 11 AM.

We can easily say that this hostel is ideal for backpackers.

Ostello Bello Grande Hostel Milan

HostelWorld (*9.6) Booking.com (*9.2) Map Starts at ($46) for 6 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

If you want to stay in a superior hostel, then there’s no hostel better than the Ostello Bello Grande. This unique hostel is only a short distance far from Focal Train Station where you are probably going to arrive if taking the Air terminal transports from Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo airplane terminal or the train from all key Italian urban areas. Milan’s Corso Buenos Aires shopping street is only a 2 to 3-minutes’ stroll from the property.

The rooms are brilliant and they come in all shapes and sizes. You will get Female and mixed dorms, private twin rooms, double rooms, and quadruple rooms. Plus, you get ensuite bathrooms (In all rooms). The rooms are air-conditioned, and a USB plug at each bed will be at your service.

You’ll get a nice welcome drink upon arriving at this wonderful hostel. Furthermore, you’ll have the approach to three outdoors porches with loungers, gardens, and a BBQ. There’s an extraordinary parlor with a wide range of amusements to keep you occupied or you can play a few tunes with one of the house guitars or piano.

This sublime hostel has so many facilities/services for you like free Wi-fi, linen, free city maps, free internet access, towels, free breakfast, adaptors, book exchange, elevator, meeting rooms, safe deposit box, wheelchair friendly, self-catering facilities, reading light, hot showers, common room, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, hair dryers, outdoor terrace, security lockers, 24-hour reception, 24-hour security, housekeeping, luggage storage, bar, cafe, tea and coffee making facilities, meals are available, board games, foosball, games room, and PlayStation.

The staff of this hostel is extraordinary. They can speak in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Japnese, German, Korean, and Slovenian.

This hostel is child-friendly, pet-friendly, no curfew, and credit cards are accepted.

Ostello Bello Grande will transcend your expectations. We highly recommend this hostel for travelers.

Hostel Colours Milan

HostelWorld (*8.3) Booking.com (*8.0) Map Starts at ($23) for 12 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

If you’re looking for a hostel which will be easy on your pocket, then the Hostel Colours is for you. It’s ideal for backpackers with a limited budget. And if you’re thinking that this hostel won’t be clean or a fun place, then you’re completely wrong.

This beautiful hostel is on the edges of town. It should take something like 40 to 45 minutes to one hour to reach the center of the town by foot. The metro station Lambrate FS is close (exit on by means of Pacini). The Focal station is 3-4 stops away, and the castle 7-8 stops away. You would need to change lines to go to different parts of the center. The lodging is on a tranquil road.

The rooms are roomy in contrast with the number of beds. There are a table and a seat. The Lockers would fit the sort of baggage that a carrier would acknowledge as hand gear. It just takes little locks, so it’s better if you bring your own. Else, you can get one at the reception area for two to three euros. Besides, the private bathroom of this fine hostel is very extensive, clean, and decent.

The facilities/Services of this hostel are free breakfast, free Wifi, free city maps, linen, free internet access, Air-conditioning, bicycle parking, cable tv, hot showers, hair dryers, common room, security lockers, safe deposit box, 24-hour reception, 24-hour security, bicycle hire, postal service, luggage storage, fax service, towels for hire, bar, vending machines, games room, and PlayStation.

We said it earlier and repeating ourselves again, this hostel is perfect for people with limited budget.

Babila Hostel Milan

HostelWorld (*9.1) Booking.com (*9.0) Map Starts at ($41) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

If you want to have fun with other backpackers and local people, then there’s one hostel that will give you exactly what you want – The Babila Hostel Milan. The beautiful and pocket-friendly hostel is in an upscale residential neighborhood, around 9 to 11 minutes’ stroll from the Duomo and Corso Vittorio Emanuele. The area is brilliantly calm and barometrical, with verdant lanes and Workmanship Nouveau structures, yet it offers the comfort of being right in the core of the city. The nearest metro station is San Babila, and you can get there in 9 to 11 minutes’ walk.

This super hostel offers seventeen rooms, including private twin rooms and apartments for four to six individuals (blended or female), all with private, ensuite bathrooms. The rooms are on different dimensions of the building, available by means of lift or stairs. Plus, the inn is very new and the lofts are strong and have quality sleeping cushions and white cloths. There are singular power attachments and perusing lights at each bed.

The staff is amazing and they offer you a free beverage on entry. The beds are agreeable, the showers are pleasant, there is a housetop relax, a small gym, and there is a delicious free breakfast.

The facilities/Services of this hostel are free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free city maps, free internet access, towels, linen, adaptors, air-conditioning, cable tv, elevator, hairdryers, meeting rooms, security lockers, wheelchair friendly, washing machine, utensils, outdoor terrace, key card access, fridge, microwave, hot showers, common room, 24-hour reception, luggage storage, wake-up calls, cafe, laundry facilities, housekeeping, express check-in/out, bar, meals available, restaurant, DVD’s, tea and coffee making facilities, games room, and PlayStation.

Queen Hostel Milan

HostelWorld (*8.7) Booking.com (*8.0) Map Starts at ($27) for 15 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

The Queen Hostel is an excellent hostel, but its location makes it more outstanding. The magnificent hostel is effectively available to heaps of open transport alternatives, so getting around amid your stay is too simple. The inn sells single-ride metro tickets in the event that you require them, however, day tickets are accessible at the news agency, on a little stroll, over the street.

The rooms here are very substantial and open, so you’ll have a lot of space to move around and keep your stuff. The entire ground floor of this sublime Inn is great because you get to meet other backpackers. There is a bar behind the gathering, from which you can arrange beverages and nourishment for the duration of the day.

The facilities/services of this hostel include: free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free city maps, linen, free internet access, towels, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, dryer, hot showers, microwave, safe deposit box, utensils, washing machine, security lockers, parking, iron, fridge, common room, bicycle parking, book exchange, cooker, key card access, hair dryers, reading light, self-catering facilities, 24-hour reception, 24-hour security, bicycle hire, laundry facilities, tours, luggage storage, housekeeping, bar, cafe, meals available, tea and coffee making facilities, board games, DVD’s, foosball, pool table, and games room.

Meininger Milano Lambrate Hostel

HostelWorld (*9.1) Booking.com (*8.8) Map Starts at ($34) for 6 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (March)

Are you looking to stay in a quality hostel? Then, there’s only one hostel in Milan – The Meininger Milano Lambrate Hostel. This posh hostel is situated in Milan (Citta Studi), near Istituto Besta, Politecnico di Milano, and Piazza Aspromonte. Likewise adjacent are Piazzale Loreto and Corso Buenos Aires.

Make yourself at home in one of the 131 luxurious, soundproofed,  and air-conditioned rooms highlighting exceptional flat-screen TVs. Complimentary Wi-Fi is accessible to keep you associated. Private washrooms with showers highlight complimentary toiletries and bidets. Comforts incorporate telephones, just as work areas and irons/pressing sheets.

Get something to eat from the lunch room/shop serving visitors of Meininger Milano Lambrate. Blend with different visitors at the complimentary gathering, held every day. Wrap up your day with a beverage at the bar/relax. Smorgasbord morning meals are accessible day by day from 6:25 AM to 10:30 AM for a charge.

The facilities/services of this beautiful hostel are bar, coffee/tea in common areas, snack bar, pool table, breakfast available (surcharge), safe deposit box, free reception, luggage storage, lift, lockers available, 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, cribs/infant beds (complimentary), free Wi-Fi in some public areas, linen, housekeeping (daily), towels, phone, shower, hair dryers, and bicycle hire.

This is an exceptional hostel, and perfect for staying in Milan.

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Conclusion

So, are you still confused? Well, you shouldn’t be. The above-mentioned hostels are best for you, during your stay in Milan. We did the hard work for you and gave you the list of 7 best hostels in Milan.

All of them provide all the facilities/services you should get. The hostel and room amenities are great. They provide you with 24-hour security and reception. The staff of these hostels are exceptional, multilingual, friendly, and can guide you to explore Milan.

These hostels are ideal for regular travelers and even for backpackers with a limited budget.

So… What are you waiting for? Pick any one of them, and fall in love with Milan.


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